Enjoyed the story about the wave function of super-fluid helium, if only the world had more people who could understand, and explain, science the way Feynman did, rather than shelves of obtuse textbooks and ''facts'' regurgitated as gospel.
For anyone who's interested, this guy's approach to mathematics reminds me of Feynman, best explanation of complex numbers I've ever encountered. http://betterexplained.com/articles/a-v ... y-numbers/
In fact, I came across that website after exploring a footnote in Feynman's QED. Using it, was able to get freshman engineering students to solve trivial i^2/5/6 etc, problems by imagining rotations, as opposed to the boring bookkeeping they were doing, i.e. maths as normally taught..also allowed me to figure out an intuitive explanation of 1/i, i.e. i^-1, a clockwise rotation, giving -i. Trivial, but fun!.. at least for geeks like me!
Goodie, one of my favorite quotes, repeat it regularly..need to, as I'm still in full-time ''education''...